The Natal Carabineers Regiment traces its roots to 1854 but it was formally raised on 15 January 1855
A trooper under the command of Colonel Durnford kneels down to fire at the attacking Zulus. After running out of ammunition he and his fellow troopers carried on fighting with knives but all were eventually overcome and killed
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British soldier of the 24th Regiment of Foot carrying a dead Zulu warrior.
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Soldier of the 24th Regiment of Foot carrying a dead Zulu warrior.
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Colonel Durnford bravely stands alongside his men Continually firing until all the ammunition was spent and then using knives as their only weapons before he and his troops were massacred
A trooper under the command of Colonel Durnford holds his position to fire at the attacking Zulus before he and his fellow troopers who after running out of ammunition and carrying on fighting with knives were all killed at Isandhlwana.
The 24th Regiment of Foot was formed in 1689 later to become the South Wales Borderers
The Natal Carbineers Regiment traces its roots to 1854 but it was formally raised on 15 January 1855
The Natal Carbineers Regiment traces its roots to 1854 but it was formally raised on 15 January 1855. Since its inception, the Natal Carbineers have participated in every campaign in KwaZulu-Natal. Their baptism of fire came during the Langalibalele Rebellion in 1873 where they suffered their first casualties in action in the Drakensberg. Subsequently, during the Anglo-Zulu War, the Carbineers suffered heavy losses at the Battle of Isandlwana on 22 January 1879.
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The 17th Lancers (Duke of Cambridge's Own) was a cavalry regiment of the British Army, raised in 1759. The regiment was sent to Natal Colony for service in the Anglo-Zulu War and fought at the Battle of Ulundi under Sir Drury Curzon Drury-Lowe in July 1879. The regiment was deployed inside a large British infantry square during the attack by the Zulu Army, which had surrounded the British. When the attack appeared to be wavering, the regiment was ordered to advance: their charge routed the warriors with heavy losses and proved to be decisive.
The Frontier Light Horse, a mounted unit of 200 volunteers, was raised at King William's Town, Eastern Cape Colony in 1877 by Lieutenant Frederick Carrington or the then Captain Buller. It is often referred to as the Cape Frontier Light Horse